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COURSE INFORMATION

COURSE TITLE Human Development in the School Context
CREDIT RANGE 3.000
SCHOOL School of Education
DEPARTMENT Education 
LEVEL Graduate
COREQUISITE none
PREREQUISITE none
DESCRIPTION:

Prerequisite: Department approval required.

Course Description: This course provides an overview of the theories and current research in the area of human development from the prenatal period to adolescence. It focuses on the physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and moral development of typically developing children and children with special needs. Various aspects of developmental contexts will be explored, including but not necessarily limited to: heredity, culture, community, socioeconomic levels/backgrounds, and family. Students will apply developmental theories to the school context. Fieldwork is required.



SECTION INFORMATION

CRN: 50066
SUBJECT: ED
COURSE NUMBER: 630
SECTION TITLE: Human Development in the School Context
CAMPUS: Online
SCHEDULE TYPE: Lecture
REQUIRED MATERIAL: To Be Determined
SECTION COMMENTS: This is an online section that requires online participation and attendance via Blackboard.
Restricted to Teaching Fellows
COREQUISITE None
ATTRIBUTES: Teaching Fellows
FEES: 0
CAPACITY 31
SEATS AVAILABLE 10
INSTRUCTOR: Lauren Birney
RESTRICTION(S):

Online

Online Type Date
BlackBoard 07/15/2019 - 08/24/2019